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Shelbyville Central Schools to host Aspire Awards Program

The SCS Aspire Awards program recognizes students with disabilities, support staff and teachers who support students with disabilities.   The program will celebrate these individuals from all across the Shelbyville Central Schools district on Wednesday, March 13, 2019 at 6:30PM in the Breck Auditorium at Shelbyville High School. 


The event is free and open to the public. 


The Aspire Awards program will be recognizing SCS students and staff in the following categories:

The Bear Strong Award recognizes students with disabilities who show courage in taking on new challenges. 


The Dream Chaser Award recognizes students with disabilities who set long-term goals for themselves and aretrue go-getters. 


The Unified Leadership Award recognizes a pair of students (one disabled and one non-disabled peer) who have created a strong friendship with each other and value each other’s contributions. 


The Super Support Staff Award recognizes SCS support staff who go above and beyond to support students with disabilities. 


The Educator Award recognizes SCS teachers who create meaningful opportunities for students with disabilities in their classrooms.


The Hal Gambrel Award recognizes an SCS employee who advocates for the participation of students with disabilities in extra-curricular activities. 


The Don Collins Award recognizes a community member or organization that supports inclusive practices in our schools.